Albertine’s bar is nothing less than a local landmark: started in 1978 by Sarah McEvedy (current co-owner Allegra McEvedy’s mum), the cool, cosy pew-lined room provides a much needed restorative haven from the mayhem of Shepherd’s Bush.
Use it how you will: pop in for a quick glass and plate of cheese or charcuterie or settle in with the expansive, contemporary yet classic wine list for a few hours.
As standard we run 20+ wines by the glass and because of weekly specials as well as our rolling calendar of promos and events, plus the seasonally changing list there’s always something to learn at Albertine for folks interested in expanding their wine knowledge.
Food-wise the bar menu ranges from snacks to main meals via a range of mid-sized starters and sharers. Our aim is to keep it contemporary whilst giving a proper nod to Albertine’s 70s Francophile heritage.
Our first floor restaurant is a relaxed, airy room providing the perfect contrast to the busy bar downstairs. Here Head Chef Rob gets to spread his culinary wings across the mostly pan-European menu in a room designed for conversation and bonhomie.
In the restaurant reservations can be made from Tuesday to Saturday for tables of up to 8 people, or you can take the whole room for your Christmas Party!
Albertine’s wine list is an eclectic, thorough romp around the world, showing off the best grapes, producers and techniques on the planet.
Of our 150-bottle list, some come from legendary producers and others are emerging talents of the wine-making world. We draw mostly from individuals with small vineyards who really care about their wines, vines and environment.
Albertine’s private room is a West London surprise: homely yet quirky in design, this versatile space can be used for anything from drinks & canapés for up to 35 to sit-down dinners from 8-16.
With its own dedicated bar, chilled-out vibe and sky views, you feel light-years away from the madding crowd of Shepherd’s Bush below.